How to Apply Car Scratch Wax

Car scratches are a very common sight anywhere you go. Your car could get scratched in a thousand possible ways. A person carelessly waking by may bump into your car and his coat button could leave a scratch on the car’s body. When you come home from work, your dog may leave scratches on the car in an effort to greet you even before you step out of the car.

Since car scratches are very easy to come across, you need to have a simple solution to get rid of them. The solution must not be too expensive and must not take up too much of your time. Car wax provides is one such solution and by far the best known remedy for car scratches.

Things Required:

– Mild Polishing Compound

– Sponge

– Car Wax

– Soft Towel

Instructions

  • 1

    The first thing you need to ensure is that the polishing compound you have chosen is not too abrasive. You can do this by applying the car wax on a car part which is not so much visible such as inside the trunk or under the hood.

    If the polishing compound that you are using is too abrasive, chances are that you will end up damaging the paint on and around the scratched area.

  • 2

    Apply a uniform layer of the polishing compound to the scratch using the sponge. Make sure that you do not use too much polishing compound. Start scrubbing the area to which you applied the polish in circular motion. Keep scrubbing with a soft hand until the scratch is no longer visible.

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  • 3

    Now you have to apply the car wax. Take another sponge and apply the liquid car wax to it. Use to this sponge to buff the area in a circular motion. Continue to buff until the shine returns and becomes uniform with the rest of the paint.



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  • 4

    To remove the excess liquid wax, you need to use a soft clean towel. Carefully buff off the excess wax. Make sure that the towel is clean and does not have any dirt particles trapped in it because if you buff the area with a dirty towel, chances are that you will end up with more scratches than before.

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